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A Species-Level Phylogeny of Extant Snakes with Description of a New Colubrid Subfamily and Genus
Background With over 3,500 species encompassing a diverse range of morphologies and ecologies, snakes make up 36% of squamate diversity. Despite several attempts at estimating higher-level snakeExpand
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Image quality produced by different cone-beam computed tomography settings.
INTRODUCTION The aim of this study was to evaluate image quality at different cone-beam computed tomography settings and 3 fields of view. METHODS A Hitachi CB MercuRay (Hitachi Medical Systems,Expand
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Morphology and ecology of Sibon snakes (Squamata: Dipsadidae) from two forests in Central America
Medidas morfometricas foram tomadas, foi estimada abundância e feitas observacoes ecologicas para Sibon annulatus, S. argus, S. longifrenis e S. nebulatus em dois habitats neotropicais: Uma florestaExpand
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Phylogenetic Relationships and Evolution of Snakes
With over 3,500 species encompassing a diverse range of morphologies and ecologies, snakes make up 36% of squamate diversity. Despite several attempts at estimating higher-level snake relationshipsExpand
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A new non-coastal record for the Pine Woods Littersnake, Rhadinaea flavilata Cope, 1871 (Squamata: Colubridae), in Russell County, Alabama, USA
We found a single specimen of Rhadinaea flavilata in Russell County, Alabama, in an area composed of primarily pine plantation habitat. This record is 200 km north of the currently recognized rangeExpand
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Ecological notes on the Annulated Treeboa (Corallus annulatus) from a Costa Rican Lowland Tropical Wet Forest
The Annulated Treeboa (Corallus annulatus) is one of nine currently recognized species in the boid genus Corallus. Its disjunct range extends from eastern Guatemala into northern Honduras,Expand